This object was made in Tinkercad. https://www.tinkercad.com/things/bSaTUpe2RR8
James River Day School cherishes children and challenges them to become scholars, leaders, and citizens for the 21st century, in a community of academic excellence. During club time, students get to choose an activity to explore, create, and play. Morph club focused on fun and interesting ways to "morph" things together with tools that included photoediting and 3D design.
James River Day School Morph Club used animals who's names were made of compound words to design an entire chess set! One side is comprised of land animals and one side is comprised of sea creatures. This is the pawn of the land, the "Spider Monkey."